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Genetically Modified Crops

 

Genetically Modified Crops Links

  1. Factual links

    Some of the websites providing factual information on Genetically Modified Crops:

    • 1.1 Environmental organizations addressing genetically modified crops
    • 1.2 Q&As on genetically modified crops
    • 1.3 Institutions addressing genetically modified crops
    • 1.4 Educational sites addressing genetically modified crops
    • 1.5 Other links
  2. Other Views
    • 2.1 Sites suggesting that GM crops pose more risks
    • 2.2 Sites suggesting that GM crops pose less risks

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1. Factual links

1.1 Environmental organizations addressing genetically modified crops
1.2 Q&As on genetically modified crops
1.3 Institutions addressing genetically modified crops
1.4 Educational sites addressing genetically modified crops
  • The GEO-PIE Project Project (Genetically Engineered Organisms - Public Issues Education Project) addresses the issue of genetic engineering at:
    www.geo-pie.cornell.edu 
  • The University of Maryland AgNIC (Agriculture Network Information Center) gateway proposes links to websites displaying information on agricultural biotechnology at:
    http://agnic.umd.edu 
1.5 Other links
 

2. Other Views

Links in this section have been selected as examples of other views on Genetically Modified Crops. This list of links is only a sample and it is not suggested that it is complete nor that it is fully representative of all the existing views. GreenFacts asbl takes no position concerning the views expressed in these linked documents.

2.1 Sites suggesting that GM crops pose more risks
2.2 Sites suggesting that GM crops pose less risks
  • AgBioWorld expresses its support for agricultural biotechnology and proposes recent GM-related news at: www.agbioworld.org 
  • The International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) promotes the use of biotechnologies for the poor in developping countries:
    www.isaaa.org 
  • The Information Systems for Biotechnology (ISB) supports agricultural biotechnology and proposes scientific information on biotechnology: www.isb.vt.edu 
  • The European Federation of Biotechnology organizes conferences, courses and other events to promote biotechnology at: www.efb-central.org 

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